DieCast Manchester, the new creative neighbourhood from the team behind Ramona and The Firehouse, have partnered with carbon conscious Fresh Start Waste to deliver an environmentally efficient, recycling-focused service to the much-anticipated new venue which opens this summer.
Fresh Start have long been the waste and recycling collector of choice across the hospitality sector, and their commitment not only to providing sustainable waste and recycling solutions to hotels, venues, restaurants and bars, but supporting the sector wholeheartedly is well recognised by the industry.
As well as being long-term supporters of Hospitality Action, a national charity who support current and former workers in the hospitality industry, giving help and advice they need whenever times get tough, Fresh Start is partnered with Too Good To Go, the world’s largest surplus food app offering a 360 degree solution to put edible food in bellies, and inedible food in recycling bins.
Fresh Start Waste’s Head of Sales and Marketing, Sean Martins commented:
“We’re delighted to be working with DieCast, providing a one stop shop for all their waste and recycling services. They are keen to be sustainable, as well as make recycling as simple as possible for those visiting the huge variety of food and drink outlets, and studios which will follow.”
Robbie Mills, Hospitality Operations Manager at DieCast said
“It’s exciting times here at Diecast, and we want to start as we mean to go on, with a comprehensive programme of recycling programme in place from day one. We chose Fresh Start Waste due to their close proximity, experience in the hospitality sector and their ability to maximise levels of recycling as well as provide us with a report showing how much of our waste has been recycled.”
“Robbie and the team are opening a fantastic new venue and it’s great to be involved with them from the start to train the entire team to ensure they know what can and cannot be recycled, and which items are to go in which bin. This initial training and colour-coded bins will ensure we maximise levels of recycling Diecast can achieve. We are proud to work on such a prestigious and exciting new project.”